I can't get over the aesthetics of this movie. This is a comic-book movie in a way that Sony and Marvel haven't touched before, not a superhero movie but a comic-book movie. If you haven't seen it, go see it. Like, sure, it's a Spiderman movie, we've got a bunch of those, but not like this. Anyway, spoilers ahead, on my part for the animation more than the plot: Spoiler I love that the comic-bookness doesn't even kick in until he gets bitten, and then suddenly there's textboxes narrating his thoughts. We in the TVTropes business call that painting the fourth wall and damn is this movie sick of wallpaper. I must have spent the first hour after seeing the movie gushing to my brother about the stylistic and animation differences between the various Spiderfolk and how it differed from most crossover events where every character is forced into a single style/genre to try to make the event blend better, and in this movie they deliberately don't do that. Noir and Ham don't even pretend to follow the same physics as the rest of them. Also the Kirby dots in the collider. This movie is such a treat.